Please join us Saturday, January 12th for the opening reception of reNEW reUSE reVIEW in Galleries 1 & 2
Also On This Day:
music monthly show on WREK 91.1 FM
7:00PM - 9:00PM
On the first Sunday of every month, at 7 p.m., Eyedrum does a show on WREK (91.1 FM / www.wrek.org) that features nuggets from Eyedrum's archive of live performances.
After the show airs "live", you can listen to it via WREK's 7-day archive if you forget to tune in. Here are the direct links to Sunday Special streams: lo-fi or hi-fi. These streaming links from WREK expire 7 days after the show airs on the radio.
But wait, there's more! We now have a podcast available, for those of you who have discovered podcasting. You can also just download the whole show (right click on "download") although be forewarned that the file is over 50 MB in size. These podcast and download links will NOT expire for months to come -- download and listen!
In a special edition of this show, this month we featured the music of Karlheinz Stockhausen, a pioneer of avant-garde composition who passed away in December. In-studio guests Stuart Gerber and Chris Swartz brought their Stockhausen collections and knowledge and helped put together a great show reviewing the career of this iconic figure in modern music. Towards the end of the show we also played music by Kinan, Zentropy, Laromlab and Speechless.
music James Harrar, Adam Reese, Zentropy
9:00PM - 12:00PM Price: $8
James Harrar, Adam Reese
Falling somewhere between free jazz and electric gamelan. James Harrar will be playing a variety of instruments including gamelan, xylophone, kora, and winds. Adam Reese is a composer and improviser interested in, among other things, rational tunings and rhythmic structures found in various traditional African musics. As a composer, he often writes for conventional instruments, trying to focus on specific timbres while maintaining playability in his pieces. As an improviser, he performs mostly on electric bass, but also enjoys playing with the placement of contact mics to accentuate quieter, subtler sounds that often go unheard.